Chef Davy Tissot who will represent France at Bocuse d’Or Europe in September 2020 has announced the composition of his team, that will be enriched according to the evolving needs.

7 November 2019

For the intensive training that are ahead of Davy Tissot, he has requested the support of four chefs with very different experiences, which will provide him with complementary expertise.
Jean Sulpice, 2 Michelin star chef from Auberge du Père Bise in Talloires, will be his official coach, together with Alain Le Cossec and Fabrice Prochasson (coach 2013), both Meilleurs Ouvriers de France, and Thibaut Ruggeri (Bocuse d’Or 2013 and chef at Abbaye de Fontevraud), Nicolas Grüner also joins the team as Commis. Important support to share, exchange and build together this history.

“Bocuse d’Or contest is a lot more than a competition. It’s a human and collective adventure. I made the choice to surround myself with chefs from different background with whom I share the same values. I would like to thank Jean Sulpice for accepting to become my official coach and to support me in this challenge. We share the same taste for effort and perseverance as well as competitive mindset linked to strong team spirit. We also share the same passion for sport who teaches to never give up and brings balance, mindset and enjoyment. Chefs Alain Le Cossec, Fabrice Prochasson and Thibaut Ruggeri are also by my side to carry high and strong the colours of French gastronomy. I thank them as well for their engagement. Their experience and know-how are essential assets to succeed. We never win alone. Our strength is out complementarity.
Davy Tissot, candidate to Bocuse d’Or Europe